GH Transcript Tuesday 8/3/04

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 8/3/04

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Proofread by Brian

Dillon: [As a woman] Mmm, Iím so full -- which makes me tired, so I think Iím going to go take a nap -- alone. Thank you for everything. I really --

Simon: You know, you really do make a very attractive girl, considering you're a boy.

Dillon: [Normal voice] A what?

Simon: My dear friend, I've known you're a boy all along.

Dillon: Look, I -- ahem -- I can explain.

Simon: No. No, I have to say, I admire your tenacity. I mean, if you really want to be in the business this badly --

Dillon: No, no, no, it's not that. It was supposed to be a one-time thing, ok? Lois had somebody else picked out, but you wanted to see the band right away. Just don't -- don't penalize the band for this, ok?

Simon: Oh, no, I love the idea. In fact, as far as Iím concerned, I don't think this girl band has a shot without you in it.

Lorenzo: 10:00. I'll have everything arranged by the time you drop the gangplank.

Lois: Sounds very interesting. Care to share?

Jax: I really want to thank you and your staff for your excellent care, but I'd really like to go home alone.

Nurse: Well, you're being released, Mr. Jacks, but you still need to take it easy while you recover.

Jax: Ok. No rock climbing for a week, I promise.

Nurse: The doctor's recommending in-home care for a few days.

Jax: No, no, no, no, I don't need any help.

Courtney: Even if it's from me?

Alexis: You were right. Sonny lied. He bought the inmate's confession. He perjured himself. He manipulated the system and he manipulated me. It's not the first time, but it's going to be the last.

Ric: What are you saying?

Alexis: I want to help you take Sonny down for good.

Carly: You think we should take this upstairs?

Sonny: No, not yet. I just want to -- I want to enjoy this moment, take it in for a sec, knowing there's a future to it. And then we'll go upstairs and do whatever you want to do. And then we will wake up tomorrow knowing that all the -- all the anger and all the lies are behind us.

Sam: Danny? Danny?

Danny: Oh, I missed you!

Sam: Oh, I missed you, too!

Danny: Jason said I helped him a lot.

Sam: I'm sure you did. Thank you, Jason, so much for everything you've done for me and for Danny.

Jason: All that matters is that you and the baby are safe now.

Lorenzo: Why are you so curious about my business?

Lois: Well, it's sort of how those cop shows get to stay on TV. Most people don't live a dangerous life, so when they see somebody who does, it looks glamorous.

Lorenzo: We've been over this.

Lois: Yeah, I know. Your business is perfectly legal in the countries where you conduct it. I got it.

Lorenzo: Then why are you so skeptical? Look, I'll admit, I have made some mistakes.

Lois: Just not the kind that could give you 10 to 20?

Lorenzo: It's not worth the risk.

Lois: Oh, I see. I must have read you all wrong. You're just a boring, cautious, stay-at-home kind of guy.

Simon: I'm thinking that we won't reveal that Astrid is really a boy until at least the semifinals.

Dillon: Wait. Wait a sec. You want me to do this on television?

Simon: I want to see how far this girl band can go in the competition. What's your real name?

Dillon: Dillon.

Simon: Well, Dillon, you're quite the showman, aren't you? I have a feeling Astrid is going to be a major draw in the Grrrl Power competition.

Dillon: Um, Simon, I don't -- I don't think that I --

[Phone rings]

Simon: I have to get this. Don't go anywhere. Hello?

Georgie: How's it going?

Dillon: Well, he knows Iím a guy.

Georgie: Great. So that's it. Our band's out of the competition.

Dillon: Oh, no. No, sirree. Just the opposite. He thinks that Dillon as Astrid is just the greatest idea since sliced bread. He thinks it's going to be the star of the show or something.

Georgie: Dillon, Dillon, this is great. Look, we're going to be on TV, and we might even get a recording contract.

Dillon: Georgie, you don't actually expect me to do this?

Edward: I think it's very nice of you to come back to the house after what the family put you through.

Heather: Well, I still have Lilaís garden to tend to.

Edward: Hmm, and Tracy won't be around. She'll be inside the house with her damn camera.

Heather: I'm sorry about the kiss. I put you in a terrible position. Tracy's going to use it to try to cut you out of your fair share of Lilaís fortune.

Edward: Doesn't matter. Nobody trusts her, anyway.

Heather: But the judge of the competition's supposed to be impartial. Somebody's watching your entire family, Edward.

Edward: Heather, my wife had a very unusual sense of humor.

Heather: I'm sure she wanted you to have her money.

Edward: Well, I'm not so sure. We had community property. Why are you so anxious for me to inherit Lilaís estate?

Emily: I'm glad I caught you. I know you wouldn't want to miss this.

Justus: Yeah, I hardly got down the drive when you stopped me. What's going on?

Monica: Yes, Justus, well, Alan has been eliminated from the contest.

Justus: What?

Ned: That's one down.

Alan: You know, it's like the judge is watching us every single minute.

Justus: Well, that makes sense.

Alan: Is it you, Monica?

Ned: A minute ago, you and Monica were conspiring together.

Alan: Why wasn't Monica eliminated? The alliance was her idea.

Monica: You trying to take me down with you?

Emily: Mom, Dad, I mean, you're both doctors. You don't need the money.

Alan: We're not worried about ourselves.

Monica: No, Emily, we were thinking about your future.

Alan: Besides, that sister of mine isn't going to get a nickel of my mother's money.

Justus: You know what, Alan -- none of this would've happened if you hadn't tried to manipulate the outcome with Monica over there.

Alan: Oh, it's so easy for you to say. You didn't get kicked out.

Alice: Oh, ho.

[Alan chuckles]

Ned: Yet.

Emily: All right. "To the loved ones of Lila Quartermaine."

Justus: Looks like someone's about to be eliminated.

Alexis: He was very pleased with himself. He was standing there gloating that he had used me to beat the system.

Ric: I'm surprised Sonny was so careless.

Alexis: He was too busy patting himself on the back to realize that I was standing there.

Ric: Burns, doesn't it?

Alexis: Like hot coals.

Ric: So is Jason the one who brokered the deal with the inmate?

Alexis: Sonny implied as much.

Ric: Sam is the key. She's carrying Sonny's child. He'll do anything he can to protect her. That's why I had Lucky follow her out of the courthouse.

Alexis: He lied to me again. He misused my trust to get what he wants. You were right. I should have listened to you.

Ric: So what are you prepared to do about it?

Alexis: I am going to help you send him to prison.

Carly: You know, Jason looked me in the face and he lied to me about being the father of Samís baby.

Sonny: He was trying to protect our family, Carly.

Carly: But Jason doesn't believe in lying.

Sonny: All right, look, things were going a little bad between us when Jason decided to take this on and, you know, he didn't think our marriage could survive any more pressure.

Carly: Well, Jason had a perfect record with me, and now he has broken that trust.

Sonny: Jason is good at keeping secrets. I actually think he's keeping one with Sam.

Carly: What, you don't have any idea what it is?

Sonny: He just said he needed time.

Carly: Well, I wouldn't like it if I were you.

Sonny: Well, you know what? I'm going to give Jason his space, but I just can't -- I can't help wondering what else he isn't telling me.

Sam: Well, it sounds like you and Jason had a good time while you were away.

Danny: We did. We had to go a long way, though, all the way to Texas, but Jason bought me some magazines about motorcycles.

Sam: Your favorites.

Danny: We talked about the Phillies, too.

Jason: Yes, we did talk about the Phillies.

Sam: Oh, the best.

Jason: They're the best.

Sam: Uh-huh.

Danny: I taught Jason a lot about baseball. He hardly knew anything.

Sam: Oh, I'm glad you could help him.

Danny: Me, too. He's my friend.

Sam: He's a very good friend.

Danny: The best. Oh, I'm going to find my new lucky hat to show you.

Sam: Ok. He looks great. You're taking better care of him than I did.

Jason: Well, the only thing he talked about was you.

Sam: I love him. Jason, Iím just -- Iím really grateful to you for keeping him safe.

Jason: So did Ric try to get the confession thrown out?

Sam: Oh, yeah, I mean, Alexis tore him apart. The judge accepted the confession as authentic and vacated the verdict.

Jason: Good. I know it was a long time. That had to be hard waiting.

Sam: I mean, it wasn't so bad. I actually had a lot of support. Even Carly helped me once she knew the baby was actually Sonnyís.

Jason: What?

Sam: You don't know? Sonny -- Sonny told Carly about the baby. Jason, they're fine with it. You are free. You don't have to worry about me and this baby anymore.

Jason: I need to talk to Sonny.

Dillon: You really want me to go on national television in drag?

Georgie: This would be great for Brook. It's helping her get along with her mom, and, no, and it'd be awesome for L&B.

Dillon: Georgie, I don't need to look like an idiot for L&B to succeed, ok?

Georgie: The fact is Simon likes you in the group, and you do stuff like this all the time, Dillon. It's just like playing a role.

Dillon: What? Georgie, stealing motorcycles or talking my way out of trouble is not the same thing as putting on a dress and being drooled over, ok? I am not liking this.

Georgie: I knew you weren't crazy about it, but I didn't think you completely hated it.

Dillon: Yeah, I hate it, ok? I hate that I'm being made fun of while I'm trying to help you guys. I hate that -- that sleazy producer is totally objectifying me.

Georgie: No, no, no, you mean hitting on you.

Dillon: No, I mean objectifying me. It's worse than that, ok? He's putting his hand on my leg, he's, like, stroking my hair --

Georgie: Yeah, uh-huh. Welcome to girl world, Dillon. We deal with this stuff every day.

Dillon: I'm not a girl, Georgie, and I don't like being treated like a sex object.

Georgie: What did you just say?

Radio announcer: District attorney Richard Lansing said the investigation into the shooting of Jasper Jacks was ongoing and "The perpetrator would be brought to justice." Mr. Jacks, a high-profile businessman and philanthropist, was admitted to Port Charles General Hospital the night of July 27 with a gunshot wound to the leg. Mr. Jacks has refused to answer questions as to the identity of his assailant, but police sources indicate they expect a break in the case soon.

Lois: Isn't that awful about Jax?

Lorenzo: Sounds like he'll recover.

Lois: It's not like he was in a skiing accident and broke his leg. The man was shot. And the worst part is the news people are insinuating that Sonny was behind it, which is absolutely not true. I mean, he might punch Jax, but he would never shoot him.

Lorenzo: Oh, no.

Lois: Have you ever been shot?

Lorenzo: Yes.

Lois: Well, that was truthful.

Lorenzo: You mean as confirmation that Iím a gangster? I assume that's why your daughter dragged you away.

Lois: Brookie heard a rumor that was not so complimentary about you, and then she saw us spending some time together, so she blew the whole thing a little out of proportion.

Lorenzo: Can't imagine where she learned that.

Lois: Are you insinuating that I am prone to exaggeration?

Lorenzo: Where I'm concerned, yes.

Lois: I disagree.

Lorenzo: You know, I have done nothing to indicate that Iím a gangster.

Lois: Nothing except breathe.

Lorenzo: You see, that's exactly what I mean. You jumped to an erroneous conclusion the minute we met.

Lois: Do you want to hear what really happened when Brookie dragged me out of there?

Lorenzo: Yeah.

Lois: Yeah? She threatened to stop singing unless I stopped hanging out with you. But did I yield to her blackmail? No. I merely informed her that I will see whoever I want in whatever capacity I wish.

Lorenzo: And in what capacity will you be seeing me?

Lois: That's not the point. The point is I stood up for you.

Lorenzo: Thank you.

Lois: Well, if you really want to demonstrate your gratitude, you can allow Sage to perform with the group.

Lorenzo: I'll give it some more thought.

Lois: That's it? That's the best you can do after I defended you to Brook Lynn, risking another strike? She just started singing now after taking a six-month boycott.

Lorenzo: Well, if you need an answer right now, Iíd have to say no.

Lois: Give it some more thought?

Emily: I said I didn't want anything to do with this, and I still donít.

Ned: Well, somebody has to open it.

Justus: Now, Ned, you wouldn't be in such a rush to open it if you thought your name was on the inside.

Ned: No one wants to lose their chance to inherit, but then again, I haven't done anything wrong.

Alice: Well, I have the letter-opener. Who wants the honors?

Alan: Well, I've got nothing to lose.

Alan: Here you go, Monica. Don't spend it all in one place.

Ned: That's two down.

Monica: Oh, don't get so cocky, Ned. For all we know, these letters could be forged by someone who stands to inherit her estate.

Alan: Like Tracy.

Monica: Or Edward.

Alan: You know what, she's right. We don't have any proof that the actual judge sent these letters.

Emily: Well, they're on grandmother's personal stationery.

Monica: Which anyone could duplicate!

Justus: And the real judge would certainly have intervened if anyone was trying to cheat.

Alan: Well, it's obvious to me that the only judge could be Emily.

Emily: What, you think I eliminated you and Mom?

Ned: If Lila wanted Emily to inherit, she wouldn't have made her a judge.

Monica: This is ridiculous. Now, how could Lila, possibly the wisest, most generous person in the world, expect this bunch of lunatics to compete for her fortune?

[Phone rings]

Monica: And by the way, is this even legal?

Emily: Lucky. Is something wrong?

Ned: You two knew the risks and the rules. You acted out of greed, and now you've been eliminated. This is the way grandmother wanted it.

Alan: Maybe the judge is just misinterpreting her wishes.

Monica: Or the contest has just been rigged.

Justus: Or you're simply paying the price for your actions.

Emily: I'll be right there.

Alan: Emily, is something wrong?

Emily: Yeah -- oh, fine. Just go back to fighting over grandmother's money.

[Tracy hums]

Tracy: Oh, a typical family afternoon at home.

Ned: You just missed the main event. Alan and Monica have just been eliminated.

Tracy: That makes me laugh. And you two were so sure I was going to be the first person to walk the plank.

Alan: Well, you're not going to win because the heir has to be virtuous, and you're not.

Monica: For all we know, Tracy, you forged these letters just to eliminate Alan and me.

Tracy: Did no such thing. I would never subvert my mother's wishes that way.

Heather: It's not Lilaís money that concerns me. But that picture that Tracy took? That could hurt someone. How would your granddaughter, Emily, feel if she were to see it? It was just an act of kindness, nothing more, but I'm afraid Tracyís going to twist it.

Edward: Well, I can handle my daughter. But we can't afford to have another lapse. So I think maybe we should just keep respectful distance for a while.

Heather: Whatever you want. I'll try to resist the urge to spend time with you, try not to miss our kiss.

Edward: Oh --

Heather: We agreed to keep a distance. I'll be strong for both of us.

Danny: Where's Jason?

Sam: He went home.

Danny: Is he coming back? We were going to take apart an engine.

Sam: Yeah, well, maybe some other time, Danny.

Danny: No, today. Jason said. He's my friend. He wouldn't lie to me.

Sam: I know, I know. You're right, he wouldn't lie, but Jason has his own life, and it's time that we moved on with ours.

Carly: You're back. A lot happened while you were away, Jase.

Jason: Yeah, I saw Sam. She told me about the hearing.

Carly: Did she also tell you that I know that Sonny is her baby's father? You lied.

Jason: Did -- did Sonny tell you why?

Carly: Yeah, he told me why. I got to go. I got some errands to run.

Jason: Wait a minute.

Carly: No, I got to go.

Sonny: Want to fill me in --

Jason: First I need to ask you something.

Sonny: Yeah, go ahead.

Jason: Well, Carlyís right, I don't lie, but I did it for Michael, and it was killing me to keep a secret from everyone I care about. Why didn't you tell me what you were going to do?

Georgie: You think girls want to be treated the way Simon just treated you?

Dillon: Of course not.

Georgie: Well, because it really sounded like that. Did you not just say, "I don't want to be treated like a sex object," like a girl?

Dillon: What are you talking -- what are you making this about you for? This is about me being roped into another completely ridiculous --

Georgie: Answer the question, Dillon.

Dillon: Fine. Yeah, I believe that some girls out there dress and act in a certain way in order to get attention, and when they do, they like it. Sage, for example, will wear a tube top in the middle of winter.

Georgie: Ok, just because a girl wears a tight shirt by choice, they can be hit on?

Dillon: No, I'm not saying that.

Georgie: No, because you just implied that if a girl gets hit on, she asked for it.

Dillon: Oh, my God. Come on, you're reading way too deeply into this. Besides, I am the one in a dress. I'm the one being hit on. I'm the one who looks like a complete freak!

Georgie: This thing has seriously messed with your head.

Dillon: Oh, yeah! Can you blame me?

Georgie: Yeah, actually, I can.

Dillon: Oh, well, uh, I'm so sorry Iím not acting like my usual manly self. I'm dressed as a woman!

Georgie: What difference does it make? Because right now, you're just acting like some clueless --

Dillon: Huh?

Georgie: Man!

Jax: You know, I'm really fine. You can take me back to my apartment.

Courtney: No way. The second I let you go, you're going to go off to the gym or something.

Jax: Well, exercise is good for me.

Courtney: No, you need to rest, ok? At least here I can keep an eye on you.

Jax: You know what?

Courtney: What?

Jax: As appealing as that sounds, I am very independent.

Courtney: Ok, well, this time you can accept some help.

Jax: No, it's really not necessary.

Courtney: Look, Jax, you made me look at the way I put my life on hold, ok, and you were a friend to me. I appreciate it. I want to return the favor, ok?

Jax: Well, I appreciate it as well, thank you very much, but I really don't need any help. Oh! Ow! I might need a little help getting to the bed.

Courtney: Here, lean on me. You got it?

Jax: Yeah.

Courtney: Ok.

Jax: Thanks. You know, I could get used to this. Ok. Ooh!

Courtney: Ah, the truth comes out. You love having a woman wait on you.

Jax: Well, I could certainly resign myself to staying here. Although there is only one bed.

Courtney: Don't get your hopes up. I am not that grateful.

Sonny: I had to tell Carly. She was on the verge of losing it. And if she found out that Iím the father of Samís baby, it would've ruined us.

Jason: You should've told me what you were going to do!

Sonny: Hey, you know what, I know you made sacrifices, and I apologize, but you weren't here and I was never happy with what you were going to do in the first place.

Jason: All right, I guess, you know what, this whole -- I guess it was worth it if you and Carly are really ok.

Sonny: We're doing all right. You know, I mean, we're taking it day by day. She actually helped me out with Sam before the hearing.

Jason: So all the secrets -- they're out?

Sonny: Not all of them. Not all of them, no.

Jason: Well, besides Samís?

Sonny: I want you to tell me.

Jason: Ok. She has a brother.

Sonny: Ok.

Jason: He's -- he's, you know, slow mentally and I've been keeping an eye on him.

Sonny: Why couldn't she tell me this herself?

Jason: Sam never told anybody about Danny at all. She didn't even know him until she met her mother. And it turns out Evelyn and her husband had been keeping Danny locked up in their house rather than dealing with this kid's disability.

Sonny: Her mother's been dead for years.

Jason: Danny started the fire that killed her mother. It was an accident, but Sam was afraid that, you know, if the cops questioned Danny, he'd tell them the truth, and she couldn't take the risk they'd institutionalize him.

Sonny: So Samís been providing for her brother in secret for years?

Jason: Right. You know, she wanted to get Danny to a point where he could function on his own in society.

Sonny: That's why she told Justus she was guilty, to protect her brother?

Jason: This kid's been through enough hell for one lifetime. If Ric ever found out about Danny, he'd break him.

Emily: Thanks so much for calling me.

Lucky: Yeah, I know how important Jason is to you.

Emily: Ok, what's going on?

Lucky: Well, Ric -- he wants proof that Jason and Sonny bought the confession that exonerated Sam. He had me follow Sam. Turns out she met Jason at a motorcycle shop on the edge of town.

Emily: What was he doing there?

Lucky: Sam has a brother. Jason's been hiding him.

Emily: I know I have no right to ask you to do this --

Lucky: You don't want me to tell Ric what I found out.

Emily: Just give me a little extra time to warn Jason.

Lucky: Listen, it's my job to tell Ric everything that I found out.

Emily: I don't know what Samís brother has to do with any of this, but if Jasonís involved, he must have a good reason. Please, Lucky, just put off talking to Ric until I can find out more.

Lucky: Ok. You know what, maybe I can question Jason.

Emily: See, Jason will be honest with me, but if you tell Ric, he's going to twist this around to have my brother arrested. I can't lose him, too. Will you do this for me?

Alexis: Did you get in touch with the prison where David Barron made the confession?

Ric: Yeah, they're expecting your call, but I just overheard something that might blow this whole case out of the water. Jason has been hiding Samís brother.

Alexis: I didn't know that Sam had a brother.

Ric: I didn't know, either, but apparently he has something to do with Evelyn Mest's death. I can feel it.

Alexis: I want to question Lucky.

Ric: No, no. No, Emily Quartermaine just asked him to withhold the information to protect Jason.

Alexis: Did Lucky agree?

[Knock on door]

Ric: We may just find out. Come in. Hey. So, uh, did you follow Sam?

Lucky: Yeah.

Ric: What'd you find out?

Lucky: Nothing yet. I'll stay on it.

Tracy: I've been waiting for you.

Edward: That's what vultures do.

Tracy: I have the most interesting shots to show you in my digital camera. They're pictures of you and your new best friend, Heather Webber, in the most inappropriate clinch. If they were to fall in the hands of the judge --

Edward: You don't even know who the judge is.

Tracy: No, but he's watching us, monitoring our behavior. All I would have to do is wave these around, leave them on the coffee table, put them in the front hall, and wait for you to be eliminated.

Edward: Don't be too sure that Iíll be the next one.

Tracy: You know, mother put up with a lot from you. And the thing she hated most was your affairs.

Edward: Unfortunately, Tracy, your mother is gone. And I can't hurt her anymore.

Tracy: Was she that easy to replace?

Edward: You ever say that again, Iíll kick you the hell out of this house.

Tracy: You canít. It's Monicaís house. Oh, by the way, she has been eliminated from the contest, as has been my dear brother, Alan.

Edward: So you think you're going to be the one to win, hmm?

Tracy: I can't be sure, but when these pictures are printed, you will be out of the running.

Edward: Oh, don't be ridiculous. Stop your theatrics. You try to blackmail me; you'll be the one who'll be eliminated. Greed isn't exactly an award-winner.

Tracy: I guess we're at a stalemate, Daddy.

Edward: If that's what you call it.

Tracy: So, maybe it's time you and I worked together.

Edward: I didn't realize that hell had frozen over.

Tracy: Come on, Daddy, face it, with Alan and Monica out of the running, mother's estate is ripe for the picking, and you and I don't have a chance against Emily, Justus, Dillon.

Edward: What are you proposing?

Tracy: You and I eliminate the competition, protect each other, take a 50/50 split.

Edward: I can deal with that.

Tracy: That was too fast, Daddy. You already planning to stab me in the back?

Edward: Well, Tracy, it's not that I can't see that you're sharpening your own dagger.

Sonny: Look, Jason, you did everything you could for my family and, you know, you know how grateful I am. You found the inmate who confessed to setting the fire. Sam owes you her life. My daughter does, too.

Jason: You don't need to thank me.

Sonny: Yeah, I do. You sacrificed your chance at getting Courtney back, which I know that wasn't easy for you.

Jason: Courtney and I were over long before this started, Sonny.

Sonny: Well, ok. But look, at least now you can walk away from Sam clean, get your life back.

Emily: Jase, hi. The guard let me in. I have to talk to you. Hey, Sonny.

Sonny: Hi.

Jason: What's wrong?

Sonny: I got business upstairs. You guys go ahead and talk.

Emily: All right, thanks, Sonny.

Sonny: Ok, see you later.

Emily: Thank you.

Jason: Tell me what you need.

Emily: Yeah. Ric's furious that Sam is going free. He had Lucky follow her to some motorcycle shop. Lucky saw you there, Jase. He knows about Samís brother and he knows you were helping to hide him.

Lois: Hey, hey, hey, not so fast there. Simon could still be around.

Dillon: He left. Oh, and by the way, he knows.

Lois: What? Are you saying he has figured you for a boy?

Dillon: Yeah. In fact, he loves the idea. He thinks that Astrid is going to give him fantastic ratings and the American public is going to just adore booing me off the stage.

Lois: No, no, no, I think he's just impressed with your chutzpah. So am I.

Dillon: I'm glad you're impressed. I quit.

Lois: Dillon, Brookie needs the exposure. Plus once she starts singing, those Grrrl Power judges are going to forget all about the band and then Brookie can go solo. See, it's what everybody wants. If you just hang in there a little while longer, everybody wins

Dillon: Everybody but me.

Lois: Just think of this as the role of a lifetime.

Dillon: What -- why does everybody say that? Why do you go there? I don't want to be an actor and I don't want to be the comic relief. I want to be a director.

Lois: I know this is asking a lot of you.

Dillon: No, you have no idea. I never would've done this when I first came to Port Charles, ever.

Lois: I heard you were involved in all sorts of capers when Tracy dumped you here.

Dillon: Yeah, nothing like this! Nothing like this! I was the jaded commentator. I had angst. If I saw anybody doing something remotely like this, I would tear them apart with vicious rhetoric.

Lois: And now you're playing Astrid. Ok, I get it. So what's changed?

Dillon: Fell in love. I would do anything for Georgie, and she wants to be a part of this band, so -- and, yes, I also believe in Brook Lynnís talent.

Lois: So does that mean you'll keep up this double identity for a little while longer?

Dillon: I don't know. How can I? It's driving me nuts. I just got into an argument with Georgie. She thinks Iím some sort of woman-hater now.

Lois: That doesn't sound like you at all.

Dillon: Yeah, I know. I know. It was a misunderstanding. I was frustrated. Now I got to find a way to prove her wrong, even though I don't know how Iím going to do that. I can't even take myself seriously. I don't know how she's going to.

Lois: Well, a man's got to do what a man's got to do. But a lot of people are counting on you. So what's it going to be?

Lucas: Dude, you've got to be kidding. That's Dillon?

Georgie: That's Astrid, and you're going to teach him a lesson he will never forget.

Lorenzo: You keep your location secret from Faith. She needs to believe you're taking her to the Caribbean until Friday, when she ends up back in Port Charles and Jason Morgan will be waiting for her.

Jason: All right, just tell me everything that Lucky said to you.

Emily: You already know everything. Lucky said once Ric finds out, this could be really bad for you.

Jason: Well, at least it's good he came to you first.

Emily: Yeah. I don't know, I had to beg him not to go to Ric right away. You know, it was hard. Lucky's developed feelings for me. You know, he's going against his oath as a police officer. I feel like I used him.

Jason: I'm sorry that you're in this position.

Emily: Well, listen, Lucky will stall, but Ricís going to find out sooner or later.

Jason: It's ok. I'm going to make sure everything's all right.

Emily: All right. Just be careful.

Jason: Thanks.

Emily: Ok.

Sonny: Was Emily ok?

Jason: She had bad news.

Sonny: What?

Jason: Even though the charges against Sam have been dropped, Ric is still going after her.

Courtney: Carly. Hey.

Carly: Hey. Guess what. Jason's back.

Courtney: Ok.

Carly: Well, now that I know about Samís baby and her conviction's been overturned, there's no reason for the two of them to still be together. He's free.

Courtney: Carly, you know, none of that changes anything between me and Jason.

Dillon: [As a woman] Ahem. Hi. Excuse me. I left my bag here. Apparently, I can't live without it. Thank you so much. Thank you.

Lucas: Hey. Mmm, mmm, mmm. You sure are looking hot tonight.

Ric: You must be Samís brother.

Danny: Who are you?

Ric: A friend.

Alexis: The Port Charles District Attorney is finding Barronís confession a little too convenient. Right, so what we want is to see if Sonny Corinthos, Jason Morgan, or anyone else from the organization has visited this inmate at any time in the last few weeks. Good. So if you could get back to me as soon as possible, I need that right away. Thank you.

Carly: Look, it could change things between you and Jason. You love him, Courtney.

Courtney: Carly, we can't be together.

Carly: Yes -- yes, you can, if you chose to be.

Courtney: No, it's not that simple.

Carly: Ok, so you're giving up?

Courtney: Jason and I were over a long time ago, ok?

Carly: Well, you came to me at The Cellar, so I thought you'd want to know. I don't think there will ever be anyone for you but -- Jason.

Jax: Hey. Could you help me get back into bed?

Sam: Hey.

Jason: What are you doing?

Sam: Giving you your life back. You're free, Jason. My brother is doing great. My baby's not going to be born in jail. I owe it all to you, and I just -- I don't know how to thank you.

Jason: You don't have to keep thanking me.

Sam: Yeah, I do. No one has ever been as good to me as you and Sonny have been, and you deserve a wonderful life. Goodbye, Jason.

Jason: Sam. Don't go.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Carly: Jax is staying with you?

Jason: You don't have to leave. You have a home here for as long as you want.

Ric: So I guess you saw a fire, huh?

Sonny: You've been spending a lot of time in Ricís office. You two starting to work together?

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